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Figure 3: The magnetic resonance images of the cervical spine without contrast. (a) Axial view of T1-weighted image revealed a high-intensity mass (white arrow) located in the right dorsal aspect of the spinal canal with severely compressing the spinal cord (white asterisk). (b) Sagittal view of the T1-weighted image revealed the hyperintensity mass (white arrow) located from C2 to C7 level. (c) Sagittal view of the T2-weighted image revealed the mass (white arrow) with high intensity. (d) Sagittal view of short tau inversion recovery revealed the mass (white arrow) with a suppressing the high signal

Figure 3: The magnetic resonance images of the cervical spine without contrast. (a) Axial view of T1-weighted image revealed a high-intensity mass (white arrow) located in the right dorsal aspect of the spinal canal with severely compressing the spinal cord (white asterisk). (b) Sagittal view of the T1-weighted image revealed the hyperintensity mass (white arrow) located from C2 to C7 level. (c) Sagittal view of the T2-weighted image revealed the mass (white arrow) with high intensity. (d) Sagittal view of short tau inversion recovery revealed the mass (white arrow) with a suppressing the high signal